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LEH: Two unused buildings opposite the PHC Chushot which was under the possession of army were handed over to Construction Division Leh in the presence of Chief Executive Councilor, LAHDC, Leh, Dorjey Motup on Wednesday at PHC Chushot. After proper repair and renovation the same building will be again handed over to PHC Chushot for their use.
Others present on the occasion were Executive Councilor for Health Gyal P Wangyal, Executive Councilor for Animal and Sheep Husbandry Mumtaz Hussain, SE PWD, Executive Engineers, Engineers, BMO Chushot, army officers and Numbardars and representatives of Chushot Gongma, Shamma and Yokma.
CEC Dorjey Motup, while inspecting the unused buildings, directed XEn Construction Division to complete all required repair and renovation works of buildings at the earliest and handed over the same to PHC Chushot for their use. He assured to add additional infrastructure facilities at the PHC Chushot for which required funds will be proposed in the next district plan and for blacktopping of the premises and internal roads of PHC Chushot, CEC directed XEn Construction to submit a detail estimate.
Giving patient hearing to the demands of Chushot Gonagma, Shamma and Yokma, CEC directed XEn PHE to complete all the water supply schemes in Chushot belt at the earliest.
While inspecting area near Matho Road diversion damaged by water leakage from Igoo -Phey Canal, CEC directed SE PWD and XEn I&FC and concerned engineers to find an amicable solution in close coordination with villagers.
Enroute CEC also inspected the progress of approach culvert of Shashi Bridge and directed engineers to make the Shashi Bridge fully functional so that commuters do not face any problem when main bridge of Choglamser will be dismantled.
Later CEC along with EC Mumtz Hussain visited Fish Farm and Hatchery Plant at Chushot Shamma which is being constructed under the CSR and Environmental Management Programme of NHPC at a cost of Rs 1.18 crore and the hatchery plant which is at the final stage of its completion.
Deputy Director Fisheries, Moha Amin told CEC that out of the Rs 1.18 Crore Rs 23.70 lakh is yet to be released through Commissioner Secretary Animal and Fisheries.
CEC also visited Mini Aquarium Hall at Fish Farm Shey. Amin demanded solar power backup for the mini aquarium hall.
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